PM Narendra Modi completes #HumFitTohIndiaFit challenge posed by Virat Kohli, watch video

CM HD Kumaraswamy politely declines PM Modi's Fitness Challenge; says more worried about fitness of Karnataka

The video came nearly a month after Virat Kohli challenged Modi in a fitness challenge.

Accepting cricket star Virat Kohli's fitness challenge, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday released a video of himself undertaking Yoga and other exercises.

He also invited table-tennis player Manika Batra and the entire fraternity of IPS officers to take the challenge. "The entire fraternity of courageous IPS officers, especially those above 40", Modi added. I am honoured & thank U very much for d concern about my health I believe physical fitness is imptnt for all & support d cause.

Here are moments from my morning exercises. Yoga-treadmill r part of my daily workout regime.

On Twitter, Modi said he also walks "on a track inspired by the Panchtatvas or 5 elements of nature - Prithvi, Jal, Agni, Vayu, Aakash". In the video, PM Modi is seen practising several breathing exercises and some Yoga asanas. "Yet, I am more concerned about devlpment fitness of my state&seek ur support for it (sic)", Kumaraswamy tweeted. This is extremely refreshing and rejuvenating.

The fitness challenge has been doing the rounds on social media platform Twitter where Minister of State for youth affairs and sports, Rajyavardhan Rathore, had first invited Indian cricketer Virat Kohli, Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan and badminton champion Saina Nehwal to post their videos/photograhs while working out.

The Prime Minister had earlier replied to Kohli that he has accepted the challenge and told will post a video soon.

Following a fractured verdict in the Karnataka Assembly Elections, Kumaraswamy was sworn in as Chief Minister of Karnataka on May 23, after his JD (S) allying with the Congress.



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